London, South Kensington
6 March 2003
A CHINESE PAINTED POTTERY MODEL OF AN EQUESTRIENNE
THE LADY SEATED HOLDING A BIRD IN HER RIGHT HAND, WEARING LONG FLOWING GREEN ROBES, HER HAIR PULLED BACK IN A CHIGNON, THE HORSE STANDING FOUR SQUARE ON A RECTANGULAR BASE, PAINTED IN REDDISH BROWN PIGMENTS -- 13IN. (33CMS) HIGH.
THERMOLUMINESCENCE TEST NUMBER C202D69 IS CONSISTENT WITH THE DATING OF THIS LOT.
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